$1,102.95 - $2,675.95
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Simulaids Rescue Randy Training Manikins

$1,102.95 - $2,675.95
SKU: RR-TM//Ships from Manufacturer

Details

Rescue Randy was developed for lifelike adult or juvenile victim handling, transportation, and extrication training.

These manikins can be safely used in situations too hazardous or uncomfortable for human volunteers. Made of durable vinyl with 4,100 lb. test plastic-coated cables. Features include: articulated joints, weight distribution according to human weight distribution chart and includes sweatpants. Used by the U.S. Military, Fire, and Police Departments, Safety Teams, and Emergency Personnel for rescue and extrication from pole top, confined spaces, collapsed buildings, smoke rooms, and ladder carry-down protocols worldwide.
  • Articulated joints for flexibility in any rescue training situation
  • Made of durable vinyl with 4,100 lb. test plastic-coated cables
  • Weight distribution matches human weight distribution chart
  • Three year warranty

Please Note:Due to the weight and shipping dimensions of this item, special handling fees will added to your cart. This item is excluded from shipping promotions.

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Q&A's:

"How much are the special handling fees"

Bill that will be unknown till the order has been placed and is ready to ship, it depends on the total weigh, and end user shipping location.

"Can this training manikin be used with the simu -aid "" add on"" related trauma products .. Would there be the option to use for handcuff training / practice vs the $$$$ manikins on the market ? I am retired LE / Instructor etc... & interested in using the manikin as a + training option w/ the IES MILO FIREARMS RANGE INTERACTIVE SCENARIO BASED SIMULATOR Training System... Thanks fir your assistance... Rod C"

The Rescue Randy training manikin is not designed to be used with handcuffs. We did try and see if it would work but his arms are to stiff and do not rotate to the correct position. The trauma ""add on"" products are also not designed to be used on him.

"Does this manikin (55lb, 5'5') look like the picture 1&2? Or Picture 3? Does it have that plastic ""hair""? Or a bald, like in the picture with the firefighter? It's confusing because there are several different pictures; I would like to know the exact look of the manikin I am receiving"

This manikin looks like picture one of just the manikin in the sweat pants. The other two pictures are of older styles but are meant to show what this manikin can be used for.

"how tall and weight"

When ordering you have to choose the height and weight of the manikin. There are multiple sizes offered. Please refer to the chooses above the add to cart button to make your selections.